Prague is a fantastic city with many sights and cultural attractions to discover. In order to see as much as possible of the Czech capital without having to pay much attention to spending too much, there are many helpful tips to save money. Hostels are one of the cheapest options to stay at. Especially among backpackers and travelers on a budget, hostels are popular. Nowadays there are many individual offers for a particularly nice stay in the hostels of the city.
St. Cristopher’s at the Mosaic House
The Mosaic House lies right in the center of the new town of Prague. Here you can choose between private rooms and dormitories. In addition, there is a lounge, a shared kitchen and a bar with a restaurant. Awarded for environmental friendliness and zero CO2 emissions, it attracts travelers from all over the world. It is also known for its diverse cultural program.
Plus Prague Hostel
This large hostel does not only have private rooms and dormitories but also a sauna, a swimming pool and a restaurant. All rooms have their own showers and toilets. With this concept, it is considered the most luxurious hostel in Prague. It is located about three stops outside the city center.
Czech Inn Hostel
This hostel is also luxurious and is located in one of the most popular districts of Prague: Vinohrady. Besides good beer, the Basement Bar also has a music program and nightclub and tram stop just a few minutes away.
This family hostel offers a rich entertainment program for guests. In addition to barbecues, beer discounts and free dinners, there is also a movie night with popcorn every Sunday. The hostel is about a twenty-minute walk from Wenceslas Square.
Miss Sophie’s Hostel
The Miss Sophie’s is located in the heart of the new city and has already been voted the best boutique hostel in Prague by the Guardian. A special offer here is the wonderful individual food, which is prepared by a French chef. Its central location makes it easy to get to both the most popular attractions and the trendy bars and clubs. Even style freaks get their money’s worth through the exclusive furnishings.
This hostel is located in a 17th-century Baroque palace. Like many other hostels, this hostel is right in the center of Prague, just five minutes from the famous Charles Bridge. The good location and decor make it one of the most popular hostels in Prague.